Fifteen celebrity contestants on the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 line up have been confirmed - here's who's on the show this year!
Strictly will return to BBC One in September for its brand new series.
Ahead of the launch, the BBC has been unveiling new names daily for the confirmed line up.
The first were announced on The One Show while further announcements have followed on Heart FM, This Morning, BBC Breakfast, TalkRadio, Lorraine and Loose Women.
Here's a run down of the FULL confirmed Strictly Come Dancing 2019 line up...
Who's on Strictly Come Dancing? Line up revealed!
David James - 49 - Former England Goalkeeper
Chris Ramsey - 33 - Stand up comedian and TV presenter
Emma Barton - 42 - EastEnders Actress
Saffron Barker - 19 - Social Media star and YouTuber
Catherine Tyldesley - 35 - Former Coronation Street Actress
Mike Bushell - 53 - BBC Sports presenter
Karim Zeroual - 25 - CBBC presenter
Viscountess Emma Weymouth - 33 - Businesswoman, chef, model and philanthropist.
Michelle Visage - 50 - American singer, television host, radio DJ, and media personality and Drag Race star
Will Bayley MBE - 31 - World Table Tennis Paralympic champion
Jamie Laing - 30 - Made In Chelsea star, television personality and businessman.
Alex Scott MBE - 34 - Sports pundit, presenter and former professional footballer
Dev Griffin - 34 - Radio 1 DJ
James Cracknell OBE - 47 - Double Olympic Gold Medallist rower
Anneka Rice - 60 - TV legend
The confirmed line up of celebs will go forward to next month's (September) launch show where they'll be partnered up with one the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 professionals, who were announced earlier this year.
They include new dancer Nancy Xu alongside returning AJ Pritchard, Aljaž Škorjanec, Amy Dowden, Anton du Beke, Dianne Buswell, Giovanni Pernice, Gorka Marquez, Graziano Di Prima, Janette Manrara, Johannes Radebe, Karen Hauer, Katya Jones, Kevin Clifton, Luba Mushtuk, Nadiya Bychkova, Neil Jones and Oti Mabuse.
As for when Strictly Come Dancing starts on TV, although exact dates haven't been confirmed by the BBC yet, based on past years the likely start date will be Saturday, September 7.
The live shows typically started two weeks later, which would be Saturday, September 21.